Economics for non-economists: Intermediate Macroeconomics

Course Overview

This course builds on the introductory Economics for non-economists course. The purpose of this course is to review and analyse current macroeconomic issues and events, from the perspective of the interactions between the private sector and government policymakers. We focus in particular on the keys to economic growth, the determinants of business cycles, the role of fiscal and monetary policies, and the causes and consequences of the Great Recession of 2008.

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Duration

Two Days

Cost

£640 + VAT

Summary Summary

By the end of the course you should be armed with a structure and general enough economic concepts to understand the interactions between the economy, policymakers and the global environment in a deep and wide-ranging way. The class covers state-of the-art concepts, with extensive use of data-based examples, but minimal formalism and no jargon. It breaks down in four parts. 

Location Location

Various

Learning Outcomes Outcomes

By the end of the course you should be armed with a structure and general enough economic concepts to understand the interactions between the economy, policymakers and the global environment in a deep and wide-ranging way. The class covers state-of the-art concepts, with extensive use of data-based examples, but minimal formalism and no jargon. It breaks down in four parts. 

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